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if a patient is taking an antibiotic and they develope vaginitis which class are they most likey taking? lincosamides
93%
sulfonamides
4.7%
penicinnilns
0%
cephalosporins
2.3%
When taking Norfloxacin a Patient may experience which side effects photosensitivity, headache, seizures
86%
Hypoprothrombinemia, allergic reactions
2.3%
8th cranial nerve toxicity, ototoxicity
11.6%
if a patient is taking minocycline what should be included in patient teaching? avoid foods high in calcium
81.4%
monitor for loose, foul smelling stool
4.7%
avoid alcohol while taking
11.6%
take with full glass of water
0%
uses of streptokinase MI
79.1%
COPD
0%
Hypertension
2.3%
GI Distress
0%
who should NOT take doxycycline patient under 8yrs old
78.6%
alcoholic
2.4%
elderly patient
0%
patient with bleeding disorder
0%
what class is quaifenesin part of expectorants
77.8%
antitussives
2.8%
anti tb
0%
leukotriene modifiers
0%
if a patient is taking daliresp what do you need to include in patient teaching? report any suicidal thoughts
76.7%
avoid all foods containing potassium
0%
shake the MDI before each dose
9.3%
drink water to help with unpleasant taste
2.3%
which medication can cause hypocalcification of the primary teeth doxycyline
76.7%
vancomycin
2.3%
erythromycin
0%
amoxicillin
2.3%
antilipemincs decrease serum cholesterol and LDL's
76.7%
inhibit the response of beta adrenergic stimulation
2.3%
produce vasodilation
0%
relax smooth muscle
2.3%
If a patient is taking beclomesthasone what class of drug is it? nasal decongestants
76.7%
expectorants
4.7%
antihistamines
7%
thiazide diurectics
2.3%
when a patient is taking vancomycin what should the nurse monitor IV extravasation
75%
dizziness and drowsiness
2.8%
low urine output
0%
inability to swallow pills
0%
which medication is the patient at risk for hepatitis isoniazid, rifampin, pyrazinamide, para-aminosalicyclic acid
75%
guaifensin, ipratropium
0%
theophyline, streptomycin
0%
doxycyline, cefazolin, azithromycin
2.8%
If a patient has a non productive cough which med would you suspect the MD to prescribe dextromethorphan
74.4%
fexodenadine
2.3%
robitussin
9.3%
monrelukast
2.3%
penicillin medications include methicillin, nafcillin
74.4%
neomycin, amikacin, tobramycin
0%
azythromycin, erythromycin
7%
which med has cross allergy to penicillin cephalosporins
74.4%
norfloxacin
0%
glycopeptides
0%
sulfasalazine
4.7%
patient teaching when taking a nicotinic acid medication avoid spicy food
73.8%
avoid alcohol for 5 days
2.4%
take with antacid
0%
avoid caffiene
4.8%
what class are these meds part of: doxycycline, minocycline, tetracycline tetracyclines
72.2%
macrolides
2.8%
glycopeptides
0%
penicillins
0%
what are the side effects for cephalosporins c-diff, bone marrow depression, hypoprothromninemia, eosinophilia
72.2%
insomnia, photosensitivity, dizziness, seizures
2.8%
nephrotoxicity, ototoxicity, stomatisis, sore mouth
2.8%
what drugs are antihistamines cetirizine, fexofenedine, loratadine
72.2%
psuedoephedride, beclomethason, fluticasone, mometsone
8.3%
herbs used to lower cholesterol are soy, garlic, fish oils
72.1%
green tea, chamolie
2.3%
garlic, anise, black cohosh
7%
ginsing, alphla
0%
if a patient reports ototoxicity while on an antibiotic, which med do you suspect they are taking? amikacin
72.1%
clindamycin
11.6%
cefoxitin
9.3%
sulfasalazine
2.3%
levofloxacin is part of which class fluoroquinoloes
72.1%
penicillin
2.3%
cephalosporin
4.7%
macrolides
0%
early signs of DIG toxicity are N/V, anorexia
72.1%
headace, bradycardia, flushing
9.3%
constipation, dizziness
0%
in a patient is taking a calcium channel blocker what should be included in teaching don't crush or chew sustained resleased meds
69.8%
avoid contact sports
7%
take pulse before each dose
4.7%
take acetaminophen for headache
0%
cetirizine is what class and used for what antihistamine used for motion sickness
69.8%
expectorant used for mucus
2.3%
bronchodilotaor used for asthma
4.7%
antitiussive used for irriating cough
2.3%
teach patients to report for enalapril facial sweeling and lightheadedness
69.8%
report any bleeding and bruising
0%
dizziness and flushing
11.6%
which class of antibiotics can cause a false positive COOMBS cephalosporins
69.8%
aminogycosides
2.3%
tetracycline
0%
sulfonamides
9.3%
Terbutaline should be used for which disease process asthma
69.8%
hypertension
2.3%
hyperlipidimia
7%
CHF
4.7%
what is the class and action of beclomethasone nasal decongestant / shrink nasal mucosal membranes and reduce fluid secretion
69.4%
antihistamine / comepete with histamine binding sites
2.8%
mucolyctic / thins mucus
8.3%
what is included for patients taking diphenhydramine use lozengers for dry mouth, avoid alcohol
69.4%
take with water, cough and deep breath
0%
avoid caffeine
5.6%
take 1 hour be and two hours after meals
2.8%
what meds are in this class: fluoroquinolones ciprofloxacin, norfloxacin, levofloxacin
69.4%
cefazolin, cefoxitin, cephalexin
2.8%
neomycin, amikacin, tobramycin
2.8%
which diuretic are you at risk for Hyperkalemia while taking spironolactone
67.4%
bumetanide
0%
chlorothiazide
11.6%
mannitol
0%
side effects of persantine include Bleeding, flu like symptoms
67.4%
allergic reaction, hypotension
7%
heart failure, N/V
0%
nosebleeds, alopecia
7%
which patient is at risk for respiratory depression patient taking methyldopa
67.4%
patient taking pirbuterol
2.3%
patient taking tiotropium
4.7%
taking streptomycin
4.7%
action of lanoxin increase force of contraction
67.4%
decrease cardiac contractility and workload on the heart
9.3%
produce vasodilation
0%
decrease preload and afterload
2.3%
captoril can be used for chf
67.4%
migranes
4.7%
dysrthythmias
4.7%
hypotension
2.3%
if a patient is taking bleomycin they are at risk for stomatitis
67.4%
rash
7%
constipation
2.3%
hepatotoxicity
4.7%
If a patient is taking verapamil what are some side effects they might have hypotension, nervousness, bradycardia
67.4%
hypotension, nervousness, tachycardia
14%
antitussive is what med and what action benylin (dextromethorphan)/ suppresses cough center
66.7%
acetylcysteien / thins mucus
0%
dextromethorphan / loosens secreations
13.9%
cetirizine / blocks histamine respons
0%
what are side effects for cetirizine, chlorpheniramine, diphenhydramine, fexofenadine, loratadine urinary retention, dry mouth, bronchospasm, nightmares
66.7%
N/V, bronchospasm, stomatitis
0%
drowsiness, constipation, dry mouth
11.1%
what medication should be avioded if patient has an allegry to peanuts ipratropium
66.7%
cromolyn sodium
0%
cetirizine
0%
tiotropium
2.8%
side effects of tiotropium include dry mouth, tremors, palpiation, nervousness
66.7%
headache, dizziness, vomiting
5.6%
nephrotoxicity, seizures, insomnia
0%
throat irriation, unpleasant taste
5.6%
inhitibs aggregation of platelets in clotting process is the action of which med class Antiplatelets
65.1%
anticoagulants
16.3%
beta blockers
0%
HMG-CoA reducatase inhibitors
0%
which patient is at risk for tendon rupture patient taking levofloxacin
64.3%
patient taking hydoclothiazide
11.9%
patient taking vancomycin
2.4%
patient taking digoxin
2.4%
what medication are part of the aminoglycoside class streptomycin, neomycin, gentamicin, amikacin
63.9%
azithromycin, erythromycin
8.3%
trimethoprim, sulfisoxazole, sulfasalazine
0%
these are side effets for what class and med.. stomatitis, rash, peripheral neuropathy, seizures, urinary crystallization sulfonamides / sulfisoxazole
63.9%
sulfonamides / erythromycin
8.3%
cephalosporins / ceftriaxone
5.6%
the nurse was instructed to monitor for weight gain and edema, which medication does she suspect the patient is taking minoxidil
62.8%
methyldopa
16.3%
mannitol
7%
epinephrine
0%
metolazone side effects hypokalemia, hyperglycemia
62.8%
headache, tachycardia, angina
2.3%
hypokalemia, hypoglycemcia, hypotension
9.3%
hyponatremia, hypotension
4.7%
monitor BUN, Creatine, ast, alt, wbc for fluoroquinoles
61.9%
macrolides
2.4%
sufonamides
7.1%
cephalosporins
9.5%
patient teaching for INH should include change position slowly, take before meals
61.1%
use when entering an enviroment that could cause and allergic reaction
5.6%
report suicidal ideation
8.3%
avoid caffeine and soda
2.8%
what is the action of acetylcysteine things mucus so it can be coughed up
61.1%
lossens bronchial secretions so they can be coughed up
16.7%
shrink nasal mucosal membranes
2.8%
if a patient is taking azithromycin what class is it and what do you monitor for macrolide / liver
60.5%
lincosamide / liver
4.7%
aminoglycoside / renal
7%
macrolide / BUN & creatnine
9.3%
what are the side effects for ethambutol optic neuritis, vomiting, nausea
60.5%
peripheral neuritis, dizziness, rash
14%
fever, hepatitis, increased uric acid
16.3%
nephrotoxicity, auditory toxicity
4.7%
a patient taking gentamicin or tobramycin should report tinnitus and nystagmus
60.5%
foul loose smelling stool
0%
tongue changes
0%
ototoxicity and hearing loss
18.6%
side effects of pyrazinamide include hyperuricemia, seizures, optic and peripheral neuritis
58.3%
peripheral neuritis, N/V, dizziness
8.3%
nephrotoxicity, auditory ototoxicity, N/V, headache
11.1%
if a patient is taking pseudoephedrine what class and what patient teaching nasal decongestant / avoid caffiene
58.3%
expectorant / take with water
2.8%
antihistamine / take with food
13.9%
antitussive/ avoid alcohol
2.8%
what should be monitored for a patient taking chlorothiazide creatinine & electroyles
58.1%
serum potassium
11.6%
weight gain & edema
16.3%
if a patient has abdominal bleeding, liver damage and alopciea you suspect they are taking which antineoplastic med mercaptopurine
58.1%
vincristine
14%
cytarabine
0%
flurouracil
9.3%
side effects for lincosamides bone marrow depression, c-diff
58.1%
vaginitis, hyperkalemia, red urine
14%
eosinophilia, allergic reaction, nephrotoxicity
7%
what are possible side effects to guaifenesin (humibid, mucinex) n/v and headache, dizziness, headache
55.6%
stomatitis and runny nose
16.7%
hypertension and hyperglycemia
2.8%
dizziness and urinary retention
2.8%
if a patient is taking azithromycin what side effects may they have c-diff, confusion, superinfections, hepatotoxicity, abdominal pain
52.8%
drowsiness, dry mouth, blurred vision, urinary retention
11.1%
orthostatic hypotension, throat irration, dizziness
0%
black hairy tongue, superinfections, glottistis
13.9%
patient teaching for sulfonamides include avoid the sun, take with food, frequent mouth care, avoid vitamin C
52.8%
increase fluids, increase fiber, avoid constipation, take around the clock
0%
report facial swelling, lightheadness, burning on urination
11.1%
take before meals, take with orange juice, change position slowly, avoid the sun
5.6%
the patient is at risk for these side effects, allergic reaction, stomatitis, sore mouth, N/V, superinfections. What medication are they taking nafcillin
52.8%
vancomycin
11.1%
minocycline
8.3%
cefoxitin
5.6%
side effects of fluticasone, mometasone include nervousness, insomnia, hyperglycemia
50%
drowsiness, dizziness, neuritis
8.3%
suicidal tendencies, headache, dizziness
19.4%
death
0%
who should not take norfloxacin a patient
47.2%
a deaf patient
2.8%
a patient with two small children
0%
a patient with an allergy to shellfish
27.8%
PATIENTS TAKING INH ARE TAUGHT WHAT! avoid tyramine foods, change position slowly, wont work right away
47.2%
to change position slowly, urinate frequently, monitor urine
16.7%
change position slowly, report angio edema and SOB
2.8%
avoid potassium supplements, change position slowly
2.8%
what should the nurse monitor for if a patient is taking clonidine fluid retention, hemolytic anemia, liver function
47.2%
wieght gain and edema
13.9%
vs, i&o, electrolyte imblanaces
5.6%
bun, creatine, daily weights, anemia
5.6%
teaching for a patient taking cefoxitin includes take with food, do not crush, avoid alcohol
47.2%
take 1 hours before, two after meals. take 2 hrs before, 2 hrs after antacid
19.4%
monitor for tongue changes, take with orange juice
0%
take around the clock, do not crush
2.8%
what should a patient be taught if they are taking colestipol take 1 hr before or 4 hrs after meds
44.4%
wear sunscreen, avoid alcohol, take at HS
27.8%
take pulse before each dose, take with food
2.8%
patient taking pirbuterol should be taught what avoid caffeine, take pulse before dose, avoid OTC meds
38.9%
stop smoking, monitor I&O, Change position slowly
2.8%
use lozenges for dry mouth, avoid alcohol
27.8%
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